How do you find the slope and intercept for y = -2?

Jun 27, 2018

$\therefore m = 0 , \text{y-intercept } = - 2$

It's a line parallel to the x-axis with y-intercept = -2

Explanation:

$y = - 2$

$\text{Slope - Intercept form of a line is } , y = m x + c$

$y = 0 \cdot x - 2$

$\therefore m = 0 , \text{y-intercept } = - 2$

It's a line parallel to the x-axis with y-intercept = -2